You'd never drink and drive or get in a car with anyone who had been drinking. However, you can't prevent other drivers from getting behind the wheel when they're under the influence. Nonetheless, you can learn to spot them and help keep yourself (and others on the road) safe.
Trips and falls are common accidents that people suffer every day. Hazardous conditions on someone else's property are some of the most common causes of these accidents. Unsafe conditions could be anywhere, including a residential apartment, governmental facility or retail store.
Putting your kids on the school bus in the morning can be one of the most anxiety-ridden parts of a parent's day. Your little ones are at the mercy of a bus driver who's likely to be distracted by unruly kids. Many buses don't have seat belts. Of course, there are other drivers on the road who may not exercise proper caution. These and other dangers face them on their return home as well.